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Jan 20, 2013 11:15am EST
. dana mccullough was on 60 that's the last two weeks talking about the fact that we become historically illiterate, in his opinion and asked him why that was. i wonder what you think about that. can ask that question? >> you know, it's the fault of my wonderful profession. i think in large part. i don't think we teach history as history should be taught. history is a wonderful story about our past that helps to answer questions about our present. and i think the better we teach history and the further we get away from dual, fact driven textbooks, and the more wonderful stories we tell, the more our children and we ourselves will understand how extraordinarily exciting our history is and how important it is to know what. [applause] .. >> been trying to find it dubious study literature. bloggers i read a book on the first 80s and i thought it would be important to presidents from a different angle. why not to be the person that made them the best. for example, what possibly could i as in his door and contribute to the body of knowledge only can our george washington. everything that could
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